4 Biggest Time-Consuming Video Games That No One Finished

I say this every time and I am gonna say it again video games are getting bigger and bigger each and every year and they are getting to the point where we cannot completely explore it all unless we play 12 hours a day. I love big games but they should be reasonably big so that we as a player can do all sorts of side quests, Competition, and whatnot. It’s not like I am against anything like this but I am not a fan of games that are just too BIG! and today we are exploring some really time-consuming games that only a few finished.



Let me clear things up by assuring you that none of the quest bugs, graphical issues, gameplay glitches, or unexplained crashes I’ve encountered can change the fact that I played this amazing RPG for well over 100 hours in the past couple weeks and absolutely loved it. – FiringSquad
Skyrim is like a music album that has a few tracks that you aren’t particularly fond of, but rest of the music is pure aural blliss that you can’t help but think of the album as close to perfection as possible. – MEGamers
You will have to spend dozens of hours to fully explore Skyrim. Like any other Bethesda game, it has its share of imperfections and broken promises, but it’s exciting and fascinating nevertheless. Wait for a couple of patches to come out, download the best mods, tighten the screws in the SkyrimPrefs.ini file, and you’re good to go for a virtual Christmas vacation. – Absolute Games

Just Cause 2


Just Cause 2 is a good, but not perfect mixture of GTA and Boiling Point. It offers a huge playground for every action gamer – supported by beautiful graphics. – Cynamite
Just Cause 2 reminds us why we play games in the first place: to have an utterly ridiculous amount of fun, and to surf jets because it’s possible. – PALGN
Chocked full of insane action and plenty of creative opportunities, and knows that ultimately it’s all about having fun. It’s a brash, no-brainer experience that gives everything you want from a sandbox game, but lets make sure the combat ramps up a notch in the next title. – Total Video Games

Sid Meier’s Civilization


 This is an astounding game. Civilization has always been associated as the benchmark for strategy gaming, and Civilization VI is now at the peak. This is as good as it gets. – ZTGD
An addictive strategy masterpiece. More freedom, personalization, complexity and meaningful choices than ever. The best things are an improved difficulty, different victory conditions, city management, historic characters and roles. – Hobby Consolas
Civ 6 has a few rough edges, but they’re pushed far into the periphery by spectacular strategic depth and intricate interlocking nuances. Any frustrations I experienced were immediately eclipsed by my desire to continue playing. Just one more turn, every turn, forever. – GameSpot

AC Unity

AC Unity

Unity doesn’t just play well, it looks beautiful too. The graphics have a stunning painted quality to them that may be attributed to the way that different materials react to the lighting. – PlayStation LifeStyle
A huge Assassin’s Creed episode, with gorgeous visuals and very funny and engaging co-op missions and activities. – IGN Italia
Assassin’s Creed Unity takes part in revolutionary Paris, but there is no sign of gameplay revolution. Game suffers with technical issues, one can smell the free-to-play principles and there isn’t anything fresh. But the game looks beautiful anyway. – Games.cz
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#4 Biggest Time-Consuming Video Games That No One Finished